Tai Chi for Health - Autumn Practice (Aug./Sept./Oct., In-person or virtual)
TAI CHI FOR HEALTH – Autumn Practice
Practice days (in person or via Zoom):
Thursdays – August 29, September 5, 12, 19, 26, October 3, 10, 17
Time and location: 10:00-11:00 am in MoonTree Gallery, 9638 Union Rd Plymouth, IN 46563 or via Zoom
Cost: $60 for 8 sessions
Referred to as ‘meditation in motion’, Tai Chi is a gentle form of exercise with mindful movements that embrace the body, mind, and spirit connection. With regular practice of integrated movement control, concentration on body structure and weight transference as well as loosening of joints and development of mental quietness in the present moment, Tai Chi can be helpful in lowering blood pressure, decreasing anxiety, improving cognition, increasing flexibility, strengthening muscle, tendons and fall prevention.
Tai Chi for Health, designed by Dr. Paul Lam, founder of the Tai Chi for Health Institute, are modern adaptable movements for all abilities that can be performed standing or seated. Learning forms (a compilation of movements) can aid in the management of chronic diseases. Connect with your doctor on your ability to participate and how adding Tai Chi to your wellness routine can benefit you. Each practice session begins with a warm-up, engagement with qigong and tai chi movements, ending with a cool down.
Maximum participants: 10
Additional information: Offered as a hybrid class (in-person and virtual), all registrants receive a zoom link so they can decide week to week how they are able to participate.
Facilitator Name: Jennifer Weinert
Facilitator bio: Jennifer Weinert is a board certified and seasoned instructor for Dr. Paul Lam's Tai Chi for Health forms TCA, TCD, TCM, TCL and Fall Prevention.
To make experiences more equitable and accessible for all, we offer at-will donations at lower costs in order for anyone to be able to attend a desired experience.
Waiver and Agreement:By joining the session, you acknowledge there are inherent risks with any exercise program and you accept full responsibility for, and assume the risk of any injuries sustained because of your participation in the class or practice of Tai Chi. You hold harmless the instructor, Jennifer Weinert, and all respective entities in association with the class of any liabilities, injuries, illness, and expenses which may arise as a result of participation in the class or practice or lessons involving Tai Chi. If you have any doubt due to your medical history or other factors whether you are medically fit to participate, it is your responsibility to get medical clearance from your doctor before participating.